Niesen Resolution Services, LLC aims to provide and teach effective and efficient solutions in a variety of life circumstances. Understanding the circumstances around personal and relational challenges is only part of what creates solutions. Our practice is designed to look at solution-focused outcomes that produce effective communication, boundaries, and lasting outcomes. Regardless of how you come to utilize our services, know that our goal is to help you create and obtain objective and acceptable outcomes in the challenges you face.
Niesen Resolution Services, LLC focuses on evaluation, coaching, and counseling. We recognize that relationships, even those with ourselves, can become adversely affected. As a result, relationship challenges can extend and impact other valued relationships. In our counseling and coaching practice we assist individuals, co-parents, and families as a whole to set boundaries, create and measure expectations, and establish communication to support functioning.
We look forward to serving you and your family in a path of healthy communication, respect, and functioning.
Jamie Niesen, MA, MS, LPCC-S
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Jamie Niesen is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in both Ohio and Illinois. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminology and Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology with an emphasis in Child and Family Evaluation from the University of Denver.
She has practiced in a variety of settings including maximum-security correctional facilities, the District Attorneys’ office, Children’s Services agencies and private practice providing forensic evaluation, and clinical therapy. Mrs. Niesen has worked with both criminal and domestic courts and child services agencies in Texas, Colorado, California, Illinois, and Ohio.
Since leaving clinical private practice in Illinois in 2014, Mrs. Niesen founded Niesen Resolution Services, LLC which provides counseling, forensic, and coaching services to individuals and families impacted by the domestic courts. Mrs. Niesen is a member of the Ohio Counseling Association and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. In addition to her previous teaching experience, Mrs. Niesen has been contracted by multiple agencies to offer training in complex trauma, parent/child attachment training, and resiliency. Within these settings, she gained extensive experience providing services to families of diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, varying degrees of traumatic stress, and a range of comorbidities.
Molly May, LISW-S
Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervision Designation
Molly A. May, LISW-S, received her graduate degree from the University of Michigan in 2010. She began her career at Nationwide Children’s Hospital providing therapeutic services at The Center for Safety and Healing, later transitioning to the Early Childhood Mental Health team. While at NCH she specialized in treatment of families and children, addressing concerns with family functioning, parent-child attachment, and history of trauma; utilizing the following evidence based treatments: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Ms. May joined Niesen Resolution Services in 2022 and provides individual and family services as described above. Along with these services, Ms. May provides domestic court related treatment focusing on parent-child contact problems, mediation, and parent coaching. She practices from a child-focused attachment based framework from which to understand high-conflict domestic court cases and improve overall family functioning.
Sara Lewis, M. Ed, COBA, BCBA
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Sara Lewis is an experienced Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Certified Ohio Behavior Analyst. Sara received a Bachelor’s of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the Ohio University and a Master’s of Education with a focus in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati. She takes pride in providing the best behavior analytic strategies as possible. As a BCBA her goals include problem behavior management and reduction, behavior analysis, de-escalation of behaviors in conflictual environments and parent/caregiver training.
Sara specializes providing functional daily living skill training for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Down Syndrome, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder. In addition to her primary job functions, Sara volunteers with several non-for-profit organizations to raise awareness for neurodiverse individuals and marginalized populations. Sara has been providing services to families and individuals in this field for over ten years.
Megan R. Robertson, LISW-S
Megan R. Robertson, LISW-S, received her graduate degree from New York University in 2000. She has practiced in a variety of settings providing mental health treatment including hospice, long term care, the Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program, Cardinal Health On-Site EAP therapist, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Emergency Department, the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Psych Emergency Services, as well as private practice. Within these settings, she gained extensive experience providing intervention to individuals and families of diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Megan has gained specialization in conducting psychosocial evaluations, EMDR, trauma informed care, substance use, grief, relational and co-parenting challenges, and life transitions. She works closely with families and individuals impacted by the divorce and experiencing co-parenting conflict and issues regarding parent-child dynamics. She offers speaking arrangements and training on a variety of topics including trauma, substance abuse, death and dying, compassion fatigue and other mental health concerns.